Woof! The 2006-2007 Philadelphia Flyers had it tough. After reviewing the 2005 Flyers draft class, they certainly didn’t do themselves any favors for the 2006-2007 campaign. Ken Hitchcock, who coached Philadelphia in 2005-2006 to the Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals, was relieved of his duties in eight games. Brought in to replace Hitchcock was John Stevens. In […]Read more "Where Are They Now? Revisiting the Flyers’ 2006 Draft Class"
Round 1 [#14 overall 2019 NHL Entry Draft] Cam York Style of Play: Fast, agile, poised puck handler who can play in all situations. A potential future top pairing defenseman. Defense | Left Handed Born: Jan 5 2001 | Anaheim Hills, CA (18 years old) Height: 5.11 | Weight: 175 Season Team Lge GP G […]Read more "The Flyers Narrative: Scouting Cam York, Bobby Brink, & Ronnie Attard"
Can Flyers hockey return already?! C’mon, as we continue to fight the dog days of Summer. Without further delay, here are our answers to your questions. The Flyers have the roster to compete with all teams throughout the Metropolitan Division. Finally, they have a Goaltender in Carter Hart, and Goaltending alone can take a team […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Will Provorov or Konecny hold out?"
Let’s get the hockey pucks rolling already right? The sweet sounds of the greatest games on earth is almost here, and Philadelphia Flyers hockey is roaring back with a vengeance. It should be a great year for the orange and black, and this has the proud orange clad fans pumped. This year will be a […]Read more "Writing is on the wall for Flyers Rookies Oskar Lindblom and Travis Sanheim"
With the 2017 NHL Draft now complete and in the history books. The focus of the Philadelphia Flyers now shifts to the next step of the rebuild process. This draft will go down as one of the most memorable in recent memory for Philadelphia Flyers and for good reason, as this draft jump starts the rebuild […]Read more "Getting to know this year’s Flyers draft class part 1: The story so far"